The start-up supports in-stream commerce on the social network, which means you can type "buy" to purchase something from a Facebook update.
Social media commerce service Chirpify moves its Twitter-based sales model to Instagram and snags a few celebs and brands in the process.
The service lets Twitter users donate to political campaigns via tweets. They're calling it a "tweetlection."
Chirpify is bringing "in-stream commerce by comment" to the social network with the help of country star Tim McGraw, who's selling a special edition album with the system.
CNET reviews the Surface RT tablet, the Galaxy Note 2 is more expensive on T-Mobile, and Chirpify lets you shop on Instagram.
With Chirpify, TweetAFlight could help change Twitter into a transactional service. It might take some of the hassle out of flying too.
Samsung teases the Galaxy S4 smartphone with a strange video, Socialmatic is becoming a reality with Polaroid, and Chirpify tests a new way to buy items on Facebook.